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From the hotel, embark in a short drive through cobbled streets of Intramuros, passing by buildings and churches of Hispanic architecture, and stop at a typical Filipino restaurant for dinner and show. The show is a production of Filipino creativity and artistic expression of tradition and culture.

Déjate cautivar por la serenidad del entorno al zarpar rumbo a la bahía de Manila al anochecer. Deja atrás el bullicio de la ciudad para hacerte a la mar y olvidarte de todo durante una hora y 15 minutos de travesía. Una manera realmente fabulosa de pasar la velada.

La bahía de Manila es una maravilla tropical de gran belleza rebosante de relevancia histórica y de actualidad. En el escenario de la primera batalla de la guerra hispano-estadounidense no es difícil imaginar su larga historia, desde su pasado hasta su actual utilización como puerto vital para el comercio marítimo de las Filipinas. Atrás quedaron los días de la guerra. Hoy es un lugar tranquilo, casi idílico y considerado uno de los mejores puertos naturales de la región y del mundo. Contempla el paisaje urbano resplandeciendo en el horizonte y los vivos colores que tiñen el cielo mientras se va poniendo el sol. Saca tu cámara para plasmar ese mágico instante. Y mientras surcas el mar, disfruta del espectáculo en vivo a bordo mientras das cuenta de una deliciosa cena. Déjate llevar, siéntate y no pienses más que en disfrutar al máximo de estos instantes de evasión, lejos de la ajetreada Manila.

No hay mejor manera de acabar la jornada. Relájate y olvídalo todo en este crucero de relax, disfrutando del exótico entorno tropical mientras se pone el sol en la bahía de Manila.

Únete a nuestra espectacular excursión a la cima del Monte Pinatubo, un volcán activo ubicado en la isla de Luzón, en las Filipinas. Lánzate a esta aventura tan estimulante por un territorio repleto de paisajes asombrosos en pleno Anillo de Fuego del Pacífico. Esta excursión sacará sin duda tu lado más aventurero.

Después de un temprano desayuno, nos pondremos en camino antes del amanecer rumbo al Centro de Desarrollo del Pinatubo de Pampanga. Aquí te orientarán y te registrarán para garantizar la máxima seguridad durante tu emocionante aventura. Luego nos espera una hora y media de trayecto en 4x4 hasta el campo base, donde comenzará el ascenso al cráter del volcán. A medida que asciendas hacia la cumbre en un trekking de una hora, podrás contemplar la verde y exuberante vegetación que crece en las laderas del volcán. Al llegar arriba, prepárate para contemplar un paisaje más que asombroso. Tras la erupción de 1991, las lluvias del monzón inundaron el cráter formando un impresionante lago de cráter que te dejará sin aliento. La mezcla de vivos colores despertará tus sentidos. Al ver las fértiles tierras del entorno, te preguntarás si el Monte Pinatubo de verdad es un volcán. Los lugareños te lo pueden asegurar: lo es. Admira el atípico panorama que te rodea mientras recuperas fuerzas con un almuerzo estilo picnic, antes de emprender el camino de regreso al punto de partida.

El trekking hasta el cráter del Monte Pinatubo es una experiencia incomparable, que te asombrará y te fascinará por la abundante riqueza natural del lugar.

In the morning depart from Manila for your flight to Tagbilaran, Bohol. Bohol is located east of Cebu is an island province that is naturally beautiful and historically rich. First stop is the Philippine Tarsier Foundation in the town of Corella, which serves as a refuge for the smallest primate in the world, the tarsier. Observe these rare, nocturnal creatures in their natural habitat and be amazed by their agility as they move about, leaping from one tree to the other, and swivel their heads nearly 360 degrees. Then proceed to Baclayon, make a short stop at the historical Blood Compact site, where Spain’s Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna, a native chieftain, sealed their friendship with a symbolic drink. In Baclayon, visit a centuries-old stone church that houses a museum containing a collection of religious art, ecclesiastical vestments, as well as librettos of church music inscribed in Latin on animal skins. Proceed with the tour, passing by Bilar man-made forest, a thick undergrowth of towering mahogany trees grown on the fringes of the highway leading to the Chocolate Hills, the country’s geological wonder. From a distance, these hills look like huge candy drops that change in color with the season, and are aptly named ‘chocolate’ when the hill grasses turn deep brown in summer. Hike up to the viewpoint for a bird’s eye view of the surrounding area before moving on to Loboc River where a cruise downstream on a floating restaurant is made more enjoyable with a delectable lunch served on board. Return to Tagbilaran Airport to catch the late afternoon flight back to Manila.

This fully guided sightseeing tour of Manila starts right in the heart of the country's financial centre, the city of Makati. Stops include Nielson Tower along Ayala Boulevard, Forbes Park (an exclusive residential enclave fittingly dubbed as ‘Millionaire's Row’) and the American Cemetery and Memorial. Continue to the old city of Manila via the scenic Roxas Boulevard passing through Luneta (also called Rizal Park) on your way to the walled city of Intramuros.

Inside the city fortress are ancient walls, church ruins and other relics of the four-century-long Spanish colonial era. Then travel through the cobblestone streets to San Agustin Church, the oldest stone church in the country. End at Fort Santiago, a Spanish fortress where Dr Jose Rizal, the country’s national hero, spent his last days in incarceration and wrote his famous poem, My Last Farewell.

Meeting point: Tours twice daily with pick-up in Manila Bay, Ortigas and Makati city hotels from 8.45am to 9.45am and from 1.45pm to 2.15pm, returning about four hours later.
Other information: Please present your voucher to the local guide at the beginning of the tour.

The tour will start at the American Cemetery, the biggest of its kind outside the continental United States, and take you to the bustling financial district of Makati City. Passing through the Cultural Center of the Philippines complex, you will then make a stop at the Rizal Monument, dedicate to the nationalist hero Jose Rizal, in Rizal Park. The city tour will conclude in the historic walled city of Intramuros and Fort Santiago.

After exploring the city, you will enjoy a relaxing afternoon at the Manila Ocean Park, the city’s newest attraction. Starting with a delicious lunch at the Makansutra Asian Food Village, you can then check out the park's main attractions. The Oceanarium has more than 5,000 varieties of marine life indigenous to the Philippines and visit the Jellies exhibit to learn more about species of jellyfish from all over the world. End your afternoon with the park’s most loveable residents by attending a Sea Lion Show.

Meeting point: Pick-up from Makati and Manila Bay area hotels from 8.45am. Drop off at 3.15pm at Manila Ocean Park.

Explore la historia cultural y religiosa de Makati, una de las 16 ciudades que componen el área metropolitana de Manila. Conozca una cara diferente de la ciudad, considerada uno de los grandes centros financieros de las Filipinas, en esta visita de cuatro horas a los tiempos pasados.

La primera parada es Nielson Tower, una estructura anterior a la guerra que hoy es la sede de una biblioteca nacional. A continuación se sumergirá en el maravilloso pasado que se muestra en las pinturas, los murales, las obras escénicas, los talleres y las exposiciones del Museo ng Makati. El museo se remonta al año 1918, y es algo digno de ver por ser una reliquia que destaca en un mar de imponentes rascacielos. Deténgase a contemplar la parroquia de San Pedro y San Pablo, la iglesia más antigua de Makati. Se construyó a principios del siglo XVII y su intrincada planta muestra una característica influencia española. Admire los magníficos detalles del santuario antes de dirigirse a la iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. Este majestuoso edificio, a menudo conocido como las "ruinas de Guadalupe", tenía una estructura dórica con grandes contrafuertes para sostener su bóveda de piedras extraídas de la todavía existente, pero cerrada, cantera de Guadalupe. Presente sus respetos a los soldados caídos y recorra el gran espacio abierto del Cementerio Americano Conmemorativo, antes de finalizar en el Ayala Center, donde puede elegir entre visitar su museo o comprar en su famoso complejo comercial.

Explore la historia de Makati recorriendo los edificios históricos en esta visita a la ciudad. Sin duda disfrutará de la excursión, que tiene algo para todos los gustos.

We’ll collect you from your hotel and head to explore the hsitoric heart of Manila. Begin the day with a morning drive through the Mall of Asia Complex, the Coconut Palace (which as the names suggests, was constructed from coconut shells – one table alone was made from 40,000 shells) the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Rizal Park, which is named after the nationalist hero Jose Rizal. And then, transfer back to your hotel.

Meeting point: Pick-up from Makati and Manila Bay area hotels from 8.45am, returning at 1.15pm.

Begin the day at Museo Ng Makati which showcases the city’s most recent history. Then make a stopover at the famous Neilson Tower situated in the heart of the business district. This is where modern Makati took root. Next, explore the Ayala Museum with its dioramas depicting the most important events in the country’s history.

The tour also includes a drive-by of the sixteenth century churches of Saints Peter and Paul Parish (the oldest church in Makati) as well as the Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe. At the end of the tour, choose between returning to your hotel or staying at the Ayala Center for the best shopping in town.

Meeting point: Pick-up from Makati and Manila Bay area hotels from 1.45pm, returning at 6.15pm.

The evening is highlighted by a special presentation of folk dances by graceful maidens and dashing lads in authentic native costumes. The presentation showcases the soul of the Filipino - from the symbolic ceremonial dances of the northern mountain tribes to the romantic Spanish-influenced reels and the expressive tribal dances of the Muslim south. At the end of the show, audience members are given the chance to prove that they, too, can perform.

Meeting point: Pick-up from Manila Bay, Ortigas and Makati City area hotels from 6.30pm, returning at 10pm.

From the hotel, travel to the Cultural Center of the Philippines to board your cruise. Choose one of the following cruise options:

1. The Sunset Cruise - just in time to catch the world famous Manila Bay Sunset.
2. The Mid-Evening Cruise - view the frantic lights of Roxas Boulevard.
3. The Night Cruise - enjoy a calm atmosphere and watch as the city settles down.
When on board, savour in a delicious dinner of traditional Filipino cuisine and live entertainment. Exhilarating views of Manila Bay and the cityscape top off the night. Enjoy a truly unforgettable evening.

Meeting point: Pick-up in Makati and Manila Bay area hotels. Tours depart at 5.30pm, 7.00pm and 9.30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Departures at 5pm, 7pm and 9pm on Saturday and Sunday. Collection is 30 minutes beforehand. Cruises last about three hours.
Other information: Please present your voucher to the local guide at the beginning of the tour.

The tour starts in Makati City with a stop at the American Cemetery, the largest of its kind outside the continental United States. Next we will drive through the vibrant Makati Business District, passing through the emblematic Cultural Center of the Philippines complex. We will stop at the Rizal Monument before proceeding to the famous walled city of Intramuros. Here you can stroll through history at Fort Santiago and the Rizal Museum.

After touring the city, we invite you to relax and watching the sunset over Manila Bay on our dinner cruise. Admire in the city skyline while feasting on traditional Philippine cuisine and enjoying the lights of Roxas Boulevard. End the night with a live performance from a local band before heading back to port.

Meeting point: Pick-up from Makati and Manila Bay area hotels from 1.45pm, returning at 7.30pm.

Corregidor Island lies at the entrance to Manila Bay, guarding the capital like a seaborne sentry. This tadpole-shaped island, nicknamed ‘the Rock’, provided the first line of defence for the Filipino and American soldiers from the invading Japanese forces during the World War II.

Relive history by partaking in the Malinta Tunnel Light and Sound Show, which chronicles the events that shaped the centre of American operations during the war. Then visit the Mile Long Barracks that served as the quarters of some 2,000 US officials including General Douglas MacArthur. We’ll take a quick detour to the Spanish Lighthouse which offers a spectacular view of Manila Bay and the South China Sea.

Additional sights include the batteries displaying the various guns from the time and the Pacific War Memorial, one of only two memorials built by the US government to mark the war.

On the way up, visit San Jose Church in Las Piñas to see the world-famous Las Piñas Bamboo Organ. Built in the 19th century by Spanish priest Fr Diego Cera, the organ is made up of more than 800 bamboo pipes. It is a powerful symbol of Filipino Catholicism and has been declared a national cultural treasure.

We’ll then visit a local ‘jeepney’ assembly plant for an inside look at how these popular vehicles, unique to the Philippines, are built. Time permitting; we’ll stop by at a either pineapple or coffee plantation to sample the local produce, or at one of the local wood-carving workshops dotting the roadside.

Meeting point: Pick-up in Makati and Manila Bay area hotels between 8.45am and 9.15am, returning from 5.15pm.
Other information: Please present your voucher to the local guide at the beginning of the tour.

Comience el día con un paseo matinal por lugares como el complejo comercial Mall of Asia, el Palacio del Coco, el Centro Cultura de las Filipinas y el parque Rizal camino de la antigua ciudad amurallada de Intramuros. Haremos la primera parada en Casa Manila, una casa española reconstruida de mediados del siglo XIX.

Este museo colonial contiene muebles y obras de arte de distintas épocas, desde el siglo XVII hasta principios del siglo XX, y muestra el estilo de vida de los filipinos de clase alta cuando cambió el siglo. La segunda parada será en la iglesia-museo de San Agustín. Los muros de esta iglesia, declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco en 1993, han sido testigos silenciosos de la historia de las Filipinas. Al lado de la iglesia se encuentra el museo, que contiene una rica colección de ropajes y obras de arte religioso españoles.

Tras el almuerzo, seguimos con el recorrido hasta Makati, el gran distrito financiero del país. Pasaremos por la parroquia de San Pedro y San Pablo. Construida en 1620, es la iglesia más antigua de Makati. Después nos dirigiremos a la iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, levantada por los frailes agustinos en 1629. La siguiente parada es Nielson Tower, que fue el primer aeropuerto comercial del país y hoy es la sede de la Biblioteca del Patrimonio de Filipinas. Por último, visitaremos el Museo Ayala, en el corazón del complejo comercial Ayala Center. La Experiencia Diorama es una maravillosa exposición permanente con más de 60 dioramas artesanales que describen la rica historia de los tapices filipinos. Después podrá regresar a su hotel o quedarse en el Ayala Center y disfrutar de unas espléndidas compras.

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